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Nov 13, 2012 4:55am EST
. it won't be disastrous. the bigger picture is the jolt to the economy, may not be immediate couldn't cause the economy to kick back in to a recession, minus point 9%, to minus 3.5%. maryland has more to worry about. tax rates are going to go up. we will r a state that works closely with the federal government. any cut backs, in nondefense and defense will impact maryland more so than kansas or indiana. >> leaders come back in session today, while we see expiration going to be in session 16 days. can you realistically see them coming up with a resolution? [technical difficulties] >> two years we have been watching this, republicans in the house, democrats in the isn't and the president, kind of going back and forth with this, it's a stare down of sorts. nothing has changed. when congress comes, in nothing has changed. >> realizing that, but something has changed. the u.s. re-elected an individual for the first time, second time, with high unemployment rates. there is a mandate to continue on to his policies. congress, there were slight shifts in the numbers. overall, there is a sens
Nov 14, 2012 4:55am EST
and then hold a closed-door meeting with business leaders to talk about dproaing the economy. all of this, once again, set for this afople are still in the dark in long island two weeks after sandy hit and now the head of that power company is stepping down. mike herbie's resignation comes amid backlash of what's going on there. governor andrew cuomo announced special plans to have a committee investigate the utility and a group of long island residents filed a class action lawsuit against lipa for response to how they've handled sandy. >>> the biggest casualty from sandy here in our state was ocean city's famous fishing pier. but the mayor assures us it may be rebuilt in time for the summer 2013 season. it will be no easy task, though, as the majority of that damage was done on the end of the pier, the part that is now in the water. workers will have to battle the surf as they try to replace those beams. >>> well, it may not have been a first, but baltimore is now still beaming with pride from the orioles and their manager. what the baseball riders had to stay about his managing style and le
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